Between the Covid-19 pandemic and the civil unrest in the homeland, even fewer eyes are on U.S. foreign policy than before. Hopes of a global ceasefire to combat the pandemic are long gone, and the crisis has only emboldened the War Party in Washington.

Here at Antiwar.com, we will continue to monitor all U.S. wars, from the new Cold War with China to the shadow war in Somalia but we cannot do it without you. Please, donate today to support independent journalism that will always be a thorn in the Empire's side.

Please make your tax-deductible donation today!

Antiwar.com
viewpoint highlights
 
news highlights
 
radio highlights
Original Blog US Casualties Iraqi Casualties Contact Donate
 
News
Updated July 28, 2020 - 8:26 PM EDT
US Hawks Revive Criticism of China Normalization
 
  US Military Flies Record Number of Planes Near China's Coast in July
Taliban Leader Denies Secret Deals in Peace Pact
 
  Rise of Foreign Fighters in Afghanistan's East: ANA General
US Envoy: Iran a Threat to Entire Gulf Region
 
  Iran Moves Mock Aircraft Carrier to Strait Ahead of Drill
Doug Macgregor Tapped as Envoy to Germany
Korean War Armistice Observed, Peace Deal Still Elusive
Viewpoints
item Stunning Testimony Threatens the Official US-Israeli AMIA Bombing Narrative  by Gareth Porter
item Col. Doug Macgregor, Friend of Antiwarriors, Tapped for US Envoy to Germany  by Kelley Vlahos
item For a More Restrained Foreign Policy, Take Away Pentagon's Toys  by Benjamin H. Friedman
item The Beginning of the US-Iran Hot War?  by Sina Toossi

More Viewpoints

Frontline
Spain: Court Hears Testimony on Whether Assange Was Spied On
West Bank Mosque Damaged by Arson, Palestinians Blame Settlers
Ocasio-Cortez Calls To End Federal Funding for Military Recruitment in Schools
 
The War at Home
Trump Sending More Federal Agents to Portland
22 People Facing Federal Charges in Connection to Portland Protests
National Guard Officer Says Police Used 'Excessive' Force at White House Clash
Soldier's 'Very Preventable Death' Prompts Amendment Ordering Review of Military Medevac Services
Shooter Dead, Airman Wounded in Domestic Violence Incident at Hurlburt Field in Florida
China/Hong Hong
China Launches Three Satellites Into Orbit, Including a 'Lobster-Eye' to Hunt Dark Matter
New Zealand Suspends Extradition Treaty With Hong Kong
Koreas
North Korea's Kim Says There Will Be No More War Thanks to Nuclear Weapons
US Envoy to Seoul Shaves Off Controversial Moustache
South Korea Confirms Defector Swam Back to North Korea
Afghanistan
Residents in Taliban-Influenced Areas Call for Peace
Afghan Army Helicopter Crashes in Helmand; One Killed
India
India Bans 47 More Chinese Mobile Apps
First French Fighter Jets Head to India After Purchase
Japan/Okinawa
Okinawa: Hundreds of Japanese Workers on US Bases Tested for Coronavirus
P-8A Poseidon Makes Emergency Landing in Japan After Mechanical Failure
Philippines
Philippine Leader Threatens Closure or Government Takeover of 'Lousy' Telecom Firms
Libya
Libya Conflict: US Threatens Haftar With Sanctions Over Oil Blockade
Libya: Mapping Areas of Military Control
Africa
Egypt, Sudan Criticize Ethiopia at Start of New Nile Dam Talks
Civilians Killed in Cameroon's Anglophone Regions
West Africa Bloc Urges Unity Govt in Mali, Warns of Sanctions
Zimbabwe Calls US Envoy 'Thug' as Anti-Govt Protests Loom
 
Israel/Palestine
Activists to Picket Israel Police Minister's Home After He Tells Cops to Quash Rallies
Bennett Says He May Not Recommend Netanyahu for PM After Next Election
Israeli Soldiers Killed 27 Palestinians, Injured 1070, in First Half of 2020
Hamas Head: We Refused $15 Billion in Aid Conditioned on Disarming
Israel Bars Two Palestinian Infants From Leaving Country With Their Mothers
Iran
First Swiss Deal With Iran Via Humanitarian Channel Has Gone Through: Swiss Govt
China Signs Series of Deals to Develop Supergiant Oilfield in Iran
Ukrainian FM Says Iranians to Discuss Crash Compensation in Ukraine
Iran's Ahmadinejad Sends Letter to Saudi Crown Prince Offering to Mediate in Yemen Conflict
Iraq
Iraq Daily Roundup: Four Killed in Protests, Ammo Dump Fire
Iraq: At Least Two Killed in Renewed Anti-Government Protests
Iraq PM Orders Probe After Two Protesters Killed in Clashes
Three Rockets Hit Military Base Housing US Forces Near Iraq's Capital
Iraqi Army's Helicopter Damaged by Rocket Attack Near Baghdad
Turkey
Turkey Accused of Deporting Uighurs Back to China Via Third Countries
Turkey Rejects Calls to Resurrect Islamic Caliphate
Four Turkish Soldiers Die, 27 Injured After Bus Topples in South
Top Turkey Cleric Attacked Over Hagia Sophia Sermon
Vulnerable and Flagging in the Polls, Erdogan Rattles His Base
Middle East
Lebanon's Hezbollah Accuses Israel of Fabricating Border Clash
Pro-Govt Forces Kill Three Houthis in Yemen's Hodeidah
Europe
Ukraine Says Separatists Violated Ceasefire Within Hours
US, Russia Hold Talks in Vienna on Security in Space
Suspected German ISIS Member Arrested After Deportation From Turkey
 
Read more
Columnists

Justin Raimondo
9/16/2019
The FBI vs. Antiwar.com

Doug Bandow
7/27/2020
Ready to Go to War? Republicans Beat the War Drums Over Taiwan

Sheldon Richman
7/24/2020
Prophetic Anti-Zionists

Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
7/21/2020
All Civilian Lives Are Equal, But Some Are More Equal Than Others

Dave DeCamp
7/20/2020
The US Has No Place in the South China Sea Dispute

Ted Snider
7/16/2020
Is Israel at War With Iran?

Scott Horton
7/02/2020
The Russian Bounties Hoax

David R. Henderson
6/11/2020
Health Professionals Show What Matters. Hint: It's Not Health

Lucy Steigerwald
5/15/2020
Jackson State and Forgotten History

Daniel Lazare
4/08/2020
Mad Man Modly: The Secretary of the Navy Gets the Boot

Ran HaCohen
12/11/2017
Jerusalem, the Capital of Apartheid

Additional Contributors
 
Reproduction of material from any original Antiwar.com pages
without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2020 Antiwar.com